GIS STAFFING SERVICES

As a market leader and innovator, GTS hires and develops the most talented people in our industry, and we have built a highly skilled interdisciplinary team around the vision to deliver high quality Geo-spatial Technology Support to clients around the world. Our goal always is to present top-notch, well-qualified candidates for our clients.

Our personnel include GIS analysts and technicians, natural resource management modelling and analysis experts, professional GIS, remote sensing analysts, software specialists, graphic artists, computer programmers, and database design and development specialists. Staff members have degrees ranging up to the PhD level in all manners of GIS, remote sensing, and natural resource management fields. More than its educational qualifications, our staff boasts hands-on experience and training expertise that is unparalleled in the industry. We have successfully completed thousands of mapping and analysis projects, covering over a billion acres, in support of the understanding and management of the world’s natural resources.

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KEY OPERATING PRINCIPLES

We extend successful support to mapping programs by adhering to the following key operating principles:

  • Strong Management:All businesses need a range of skills to be able to survive and grow.
  • Focus on Results: focusing on process rather than outcome is a much better strategy
  • Client Relationships: Our team philosophy is based on maintaining long term relationships with our clients.
  • Local Presence:With offices in three US locations and one overseas, our management team can meet with the clients on a short notice.
  • Training: The action of teaching a person or animal a particular skill or type of behaviour. “In-service training for staff”
  • Program Managements: Process of managing multiple related projects at once. Where project management is often used to describe one project, program management involves multiple projects that are all related and working toward the same goal or result.
Technical approach to project management
  • Project Start-up.
  • Production Ramp-up to contracted Performance Standards.
  • Maintenance of Performance Standards.
  • Continuous Measurable Improvement.
The Program Manager’s responsibilities
  • Developing and implementing the overall program plan.
  • Development of the Quality Management System.
  • Ensuring adherence to contracted performance standards.
  • Monitoring the financial performance of the program.
  • Monitoring personnel management for all on-site locations.
  • Monitoring work activities and reporting.
  • Coordinating and facilitating briefings.
  • Reporting on program status to client and Sanborn executives.